The Georgian Quarter is arguably one of the most beautiful parts of the city and with good reason.

The cobbled streets, Georgian townhouses, traditional pubs, beautiful restaurants and cultural venues make it a must visit area when you’re in Liverpool. 

It’s also one of the most filmed areas of the city for tv shows and films so you never know who you might bump into around here. Check out all the things you can do below and don’t forget to take your camera!


Right in the heart of the Georgian Quarter you’ll find the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral. As Britain's biggest Cathedral and the 5th largest in Europe, you can’t really miss it! Head inside to see the stunning interior, journey up to the top of the tower for incredible views and explore the grounds on a sunny day. You’ll be blown away.  


Technically not inside the Georgian Quarter but close enough to run over for a quick visit is the Metropolitan Cathedral. At the opposite end of Hope Street to the Anglican Cathedral, this cathedral boasts a modern design, beautiful stained glass and the magnificent Lutyens Crypt. 


One of the Georgian Quarter’s most loved places to stop for something to eat is The Quarter. Hidden down a cobbled side street, it's the perfect place to sit outside with a glass of wine watching the world go by or to head inside for amazing breakfasts and freshly made lunches. 


Famous for its floral displays over the front door, this Grade II listed building is home to one of the most popular restaurants in the area. 60 Hope Street only serve dishes made from the freshest seasonal ingredients with an ever changing menu. It makes for a great selfie spot too. 


There are plenty of other bars and restaurants to check out in the area too. For an American style breakfast head to Moose Coffee, Buyers Club for a Sunday roast, the Pen Factory for stunning small plates or The Florist for drinks in floral heaven. 

If you’re a Beatles fan there is also Ye Cracke hidden down Rice Street which used to be one of John Lennon’s favourite pubs to relax with a pint in.


Hope Street is the famous street that connects both of Liverpool’s Cathedrals and there is so much to see on your stroll down it. Take in the Cathedrals, stop and have a look at the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, get your selfie outside 60 Hope Street and have a look at the Hope Street suitcases statue. 


If you’re into the scarier things in life then The Hope Street Shivers Shiverpool Ghost Walk is for you. The spooky hosts will guide you round the Cathedral Quarter of Hope Street beginning at Liverpool’s most historic alehouse, the Philharmonic Dining Rooms - it’s great fun for all the family. 


Another venue just on the edge of the Georgian Quarter is the Everyman Theatre. The beautiful theatre is home to some of the regions best productions welcoming touring shows and home grown talent. It’s definitely worth seeing what is on here before you visit. 


Liverpool Philharmonic Hall is an art deco style Grade II listed building right in the heart of the Georgian Quarter and is home to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra which is known around the world. Apart from over 60 orchestral concerts a year the venue hosts everything from rock gigs, film showings and dance productions so there is something for everyone in this beautiful building. 


After an afternoon exploring the Georgian Quarter a refreshing drink in the Philharmonic Dining Rooms, or ‘The Phil’ as it’s known by the locals, is a must. This stunning Grade II listed building is one of Liverpool’s most famous pubs which is why people flock here for a pint and to see the iconic men’s toilets. Make sure you pop your head in the next time you’re there. 

A couple of famous faces are also known to stop off for a drink every now and then too with Paul McCartney stopping by in 2018 for a surprise gig. 


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If you’re looking for somewhere to stay in the area then Hope Street Hotel offers the best luxury and comfort around. It’s the perfect spot to explore the Georgian Quarter and the rest of Liverpool. 

The Georgian Quarter is an area of Liverpool you should definitely check out on your visit to the city. As you can see it’s steeped in history with loads of beautiful streets and buildings to explore. Let us know what you get up to over on our Twitter @VisitLiverpool and tag us in your pictures on Instagram with @visitliverpool_

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This blog post has been written by Sophie Shields, Digitial Marketing Assistant for Marketing Liverpool.

Sophie is from Liverpool, loves all things music, particularly the local music scene and Liverpool FC. 


Hope Street Hotel
An exterior image of Hope Street Hotel.

Hope Street Hotel is an independent 4 star boutique hotel. 147 rooms are divided between Standards, Deluxes, Studios and Suites all with an urbane and fresh, cool style.

Liverpool Cathedral
Inside the cathedral showing the impressive vaulted ceilings and stained glass windows

Liverpool Anglican Cathedral is Britain's biggest Cathedral and the 5th largest in Europe

Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King
Outside shot of the Cathedral with blue skies and a few clouds.

No trip to Liverpool is complete without a visit to the awe-inspiring Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King. This dramatic icon of faith, architecture and human endeavour is spectacular in both scale and design.

The Quarter
Inside the Quarter with people sitting at tables underneath low lighting.

A buzzy, vibrant restaurant & café set amongst the cobbled streets of Liverpoolโ€™s Georgian Quarter.

Moose Coffee - Hope Street
Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Moose Coffee - Hope Street

Located on the cultured Hope Street, between our two magnificent Cathedrals, Moose is a little place where everyone comes together to forget about the world outside over a stack of pancakes. A place to catch up, cure hangovers, first dates and business meetings.

Buyers Club
The Buyers Club bar

Buyers Club is a hidden gem with its unique menu, fully stocked bar, frequent music events and laid back ambience.

The Florist
The upstairs dining area of the Florist complete with hanging flowers, copper pendant lights, white walls with pink detailing.

The Florist, a contemporary new bar and restaurant is situated on the site of the former Old Blind School pub.

Shiverpool Historic Ghost Walks
Walking Tour
A tour guide dressed up in a spooky costume holding a cane whilst a group of people watch on.

Shiverpool's guided walk blends street theatre, dark humour and sinister tales to reveal liverpool's hidden mysteries and supernatural secrets.

Liverpool Everyman
Theatre / Venue
Liverpool Everyman

At the Everyman and Playhouse, weโ€™re fuelled by big stories, big ideas and big ambitions. We bring artists and audiences together in a celebration of what great theatre can achieve.